The Julius Katz Collection

by Dave Zeltserman


The award-winning Julius Katz mysteries have delighted thousands of fans since first appearing on the pages of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. JULIUS KATZ introduced readers to Boston’s most brilliant, eccentric, and possibly laziest detective, as well as his sidekick, Archie, a tiny marvel of whizbang computer technology with the heart and soul of a hard-boiled PI.


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Category: Mystery – Series

Chase Baker and the Vikings’ Secret

by Benjamin Sobieck


Did Chinese explorers arrive in the Americas before Christopher Columbus? Renaissance man and adventurer Chase Baker is hot on the trail of this hidden piece of history in the woods of Minnesota, home of the famous Kensington Runestone. The alleged proof is scrawled on a runestone written by Vikings centuries ago. The only problem is it’s guarded by a mythical creature called the Wendigo at the bottom of a treacherous place called The Pit, where few have survived.


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Category: Mystery – Series

Casey Jones Mysteries 1-3

by Katy Munger


Big, badass Casey Jones, the smart-mouthed female PI with the thunder thighs and the bunny-soft heart, has everything you need to be an ace private investigator – except a license. Fifteen years ago, she walked out of prison sporting 160 pounds of “nobody kicks my ass” and the smartest mouth since Philip Marlowe. Very witty hard-boiled series!


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Category: Mystery – Series

Jackal

by Kelly Oliver


In Vegas the stakes are high and everyone’s an illusionist.

Sent off to Las Vegas in search of her biological father – a washed-up magician called The Mesmerizer – Jessica arrives in town penniless and with nowhere to turn. She ends up crashing on an old school friend’s couch and getting a job as a hotel maid.

Her first night on the job, she finds a naked guy in the bathtub with a note to call 911, and Jessica suspects her old friend McKenzie might be involved.


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Category: Thrillers – Crime

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